Scores of Ann Masters' friends and family gathered at noon for the planting of a plum tree in her honor at Wasena Park.
Barbara Duerk (right) presents small commemorative plaques to Ann's daughters Cam Miller (left) and Sam Durham.
A crowd of friends and family gathered at noon today at Wasena Park to plant a plum tree in memory of former Clean Valley Council director Ann Masters. Ann, who died at Christmastime this past year, was remembered as a staunch environmentalist who helped pull Roanoke into the movement. The tree was planted at the entrance to the park, one of Ann's favorites.